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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... again and we were rewarded with a magnificent rainbow over the bay. What a sight!
We took the tourist route back to Perth passing through the pretty city of Dundee and crossing the impressive Tay Road Bridge which is 2.25km long, crossing the Tay River.
We had another fun afternoon exploring this beautiful part of Scotland and are very happy with our decision to make Perth our base for the week.
... lucked out. It is an interesting course to play as the holes are all so,close together. Many holes share fairways and have double greens. Then on either side of the greens will be tee boxes. So imagine 16 golfers and 16 caddies all meeting up in one area and guys hitting their ball on the wrong side of a shared fairway or green or even hitting their ball up,on a tee box with a group waiting to tee off. There were times when I would count 7 ...
... golf course in the wet mist, and finally out onto the road, to a bus stop, where the next bus ("Sunday service") would come in an hour, and so all the way back to St Andrews on the main road, being passed by hoons out in their souped up hot-rods.
And to the supermarket, to buy heavy groceries, and sadly home to wash our filthy clothes. I ask myself how it is that the Fife Coastal Path is one of "The Great Scottish Walks."
Today we met up with Wilson who is David's father and Hamish Grimm's cousin. He still works and lives on the farm. He gave us the grand tour in his ute. First we went to the local hall at Menmuir and then onto the local school and school house where Esther's Great Grandfather taught and lived. Also the church next door where there was plenty of Spalding graves. From there we went past the Brown and White Caterthun which the latest Grimm farm is named after. We also saw the manse at ...
... forth to tackle the trip to Dundee to buy curtains. It's a pretty drive, culminating in the enormously long Tay Bridge and sure enough, it's a disaster - there are road works at the far end that trap unwary visitors and shoot you down into the waterfront amusement park with no hope of reprieve. However, I eventually managed to fight my way around 400 roundabouts and arrived at the Kingsway East Retail Park. This is a sort of like Harvey Norman Supacenter on steroids, ...